Sunday, March 17, 2013

A moment's light

A moment’s light.

Installation -
Plaster, cotton fibre, ink

Un momento de luz.

Yeso, fibra de algodón, ink

exhibited at Mutuo centro de arte, Barcelona

Friday, December 28, 2012



Video performance triptych

Beetroot, clay, honey
November 2012

The Truth, they say is constant, never-changing.

But coming to truth is a journey that starts with a willingness to shed the untruth.
This blanket of comfort we hide beneath seduces us with its deceptive comfort and warmth. Keeping us from the liberation that rests without.
 I would rather the sometimes harsh truth than the misleading untruth.

From discomfort to comfort.

From untruth to truth.

From darkness to light.

Thursday, December 27, 2012

Naked Thoughts

Presenting my thoughts, in their ephemeral nature.
The movements of my mind that form my being. 

Pen and Ink, Projection on cloth.
November 2012

Wednesday, November 7, 2012

Naked Thoughts - A work in progress.

They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Thousands of the right words can paint beautiful pictures in the mind's eye.I am the sum of my thoughts. These thoughts I put into words. 

When you walk into this space, you become part of my most intimate, naked thoughts.

Installation - Projection on cloth.

Thursday, June 14, 2012



Tuesday, June 12, 2012

The Bogoli Phut Days - Pitki's adventures in Assam

The Bogoli Phut Days is a children's book created by me is now published by HarperCollins Publishers India and is out in stores. Here's a it about the book:

Bogoli (bow-go-lee): Egret

Phut (ph-oo-tt): Spot

‘There is a myth in Assam that the white spots one gets on one’s fingernails are actually a gift from the bogoli. As children, we recited a rhyme with our hands held before us each time we saw the bird, trying to coax it into giving us a few lucky spots.’

Seven-year-old Pitki is on her way to Sekoni Tea Estate in Assam to visit her grandparents for the winter holidays. She travels to wildlife sanctuaries in Assam, listens to ancient Assamese folk tales that her Aitama (grandma) tells her and catches fish with her brother, Dondi. Fun and effortlessly informative, The Bogoli Phut Days is a delightful introduction to Assam, its culture, geography and folklore.

Beautifully illustrated and including evocative retellings of Assamese folk tales, this is a book for children of all ages – to read alone or along with their parents and grandparents. Children from Assam will find a new way to connect to their cultural heritage, and the ones from other places will find themselves introduced to a compelling and rich world.

Saturday, June 9, 2012


Have nothing funny to say this morning. 
Here's a piece from a while back.

Yin be the anchor to the yang. 
Tame that mad energy.
Maybe you can relate, maybe you cannot.

Lino Print on paper A3 size
Actual Lino carving.
Printed at home with a rolling pin.

Parched Lotus

What has become of you? Have you lost your splendor to the sun that was too harsh? But, the sun has shone as always... why then, have you lost your colour and all the beauty that contentment brings? Though still open, have you forgotten to receive?  Has the wisdom left you... leaving behind but a shell?

Sunday, October 30, 2011

Salva Me

Mixed Media on Canvas
36in x 24 in

Sunday, September 11, 2011


Self Portrait - Taking a serious stance on what could well be comic;
Tragic Comic.
Oil on imperial size paper.